Yes. I took the timer motor off , pried the motor cover off, and found one of the small plastic gears was stripped. These little gears are about like working on a clock. Also took the timer itself apart and checked all the contacts and they were in very good condition with no arcing. I have a bunch of discarded timers and may be able to find a timer motor that fits and works or even take a gear out of one of them to fix this damaged one. I am surprised at the number of small gears inside one. I have a very good working timer assembly from a Kitchen Aid dryer but cant quite figure it out as to how to connect the dryer wiring from this old Speed Queen. Has anyone ever done a swap like this ?